China’s Emerging Middle Class 6.1分
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First, privatization has produced a separation between individuals' living and working entironments, thus providing an alternative arena for status formation... Second, especially through the social inclusion and exclusion of private gated residential areas (now the dominant living environment in harge cities), new housing is producing new solidarities and communities among people with similar interests and therefore potentially contributing to the formation of a middle-class identity. Third, the lifestyles offered by private housing are providing an opportunity for the middle class to experience and establish as specific "taste," which not only drives consuption patterns, behaviors, and desire for political particiption but also immerses the Chinese middle class in the global stream of middle-class consumerism.
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